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Political Memorabilia including the Daniel Schofield Collection

February 16, 2018

Lot #134
DepartmentPolitical Broadsides
Sold For$450.00(hammer price)
 $540.00(price including buyer's premium)
Last UpdatedFebruary 21, 2018


1-2) Slightly differing copies of ... To the Republican Voters of New Hampshire". Dated Oct. 22, 1892. Provides list of instructions on one side and a "Specimen Ballot" on other side. 3) "Statement of Hon. Robert P. Bass of Peterborough, N.H. ...". Dated Sept. 6, 1910. 4) "Plain Words to Workingmen! Garfield the Enemy; Hancock their Friend." Circa 1880. Pertains to the Presidential election. 5) "Second Congressional District. Hon. F.D. Currier Does Not Believe Any One Committed the Republican Party Four Years in Advance - He Believes He Will Win." Circa 1900. 6) "Opinions of New Hampshire Men and Women. Compiled by Miss Mary E. Quimby, Concord, N.H." Concerns women's suffrage. 7) "Voters! Voters! We Hope You Will Come Out and Vote for Delegates! ...". Circa 1936. Provides list of Republican candidates. 8) "The Poor Man's Party." Addressed to the voters of Madison County and dated October 17, 1846. Bold typography. 9) "The Gubernatorial Question." Dated January 4, 1867. Mentions the Northern Railroad. 10) "Col. George's Acceptance." Dated Jan. 21, 1863. Concerns John H. George's acceptance of the Democratic nomination for Congress. Mentions Lincoln, the Union and other Civil War-related issues. 11-12) Two letter-format broadsides pertaining to the Temperance movement. One addressed "Edward C. Delavan, My Dear Sir," and dated Peterboro, May 18, 1857. The other addressed "To the People of the Town of Smithfield" and dated Peterboro, March 15, 1843. 13) "The State House Question." Circa 1870. Double-sided. Concerns the economy. 14) "To the People of New-Hampshire." Dated March 3, 1857. Statements provided by the Fremont Republican State Committee on the state reform school, state debt, etc. 15) "Dover, October 25, 1832. 'The Voice of Old Strafford' -- Great Republican Meeting!" Opposes the re-election of Andrew Jackson as President. Bold typography.



Sizes to 20 x 15".
All exhibit toning. 1) Ink and pencil markings. 7) Blue pencil markings. 8) Creased along fold lines with some tears. 15) Toning and foxing.

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